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Huracan ST asimmeric pressure

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Hello,
I have chk secure-default setup on Huracan ST.
Seems asimmetric level of tyre pressure... (SPA PaulRichard.....)
Is' normal?
Thanks
 

Joakim Stensnæs

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Havn't driven the ST, but on most sets default sets I've seen, it's pretty normal for them to have assymetrical pressures.
But a reason for assymetric cold-pressures is that on any given track, you have more load on some tyres than others. And so to get a compliant and predictable car, you usually want to equalize hot-pressures.

As with anything in setting up a car, it depends...
It depends on what you want from a car.

From my experience it seems like the default pressures aren't completely out of whack, so if you're not sure what to do with them. You should be okay leaving them as is.
 
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The tyre pressure difference is important .
Depends on how many turns are on left or right it changes according to track layout.
Strangely, Kunos didn't changed the camber for the same reason .
For example at Paul Ricard you want lower tyre pressure on left tyres higher on right tyres , and 1-2 clicks difference between left and right camber to keep tyres temps on check .
In long racing sessions, this helps quiet a bit.
Usually safe/agressive setups are decent to start rolling on track for 15-20 min races.
 
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